Winter Session 2020 will run from December 26, 2019 to January 18, 2020, with three-week on-campus classes beginning on January 2, 2020. We will update the Winter Session site in September. If you would like to receive an email when this happens, please join our email list. In the meantime, you may want to browse through the site to get an idea of what we offer.
Intensive learning experiences for students, professionals, and executives year-round, all drawing on Cornells renowned resources and faculty.
|Administrative Management Institute|
Summer College for High School Students
Offers talented high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors the opportunity to experience the excitement of college life, take university courses, work with renowned faculty, earn college credit, explore majors and careers, and make friends from around the world.
|Cornell Summer College Programs for High School Students|
|Hotel Operations Management|
|Introduction to Negotiations and Conflict Resolution|
|Social Entrepreneurship: Transforming Lives, Resolving Problems|
|The Business World|
Study with renowned faculty, earn credits, gain valuable skills, and complete requirements--on campus, online, or around the world.
|AEM 1200: Introduction to Business Management|
|COGST 1111: Making a Difference by Design|
|DEA 1110: Making a Difference by Design|
|PSYCH 1990: Sport Psychology|
Earn up to four credits in just three weeks--either on campus or online, reduce your course load, benefit from small classes, and immerse yourself in a subject. You can also work closely with your professor and receive more individualized attention.
|ALS 2100: Teams and Leaders in Action|
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